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Smart Car Festival 2011
England

Again this year (2011) the festival was held at Mercedes World at Brooklands near Weybridge. Almost 1,500 smart* cars turned up to the event, despite the weather a few more than last year which took place on a glorious day.

* Spelling mistakes you might come across in this text are certainly accidental but "smart" written entirely lower case is intentional. That's the convention. I don't know why, it just is!

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Uploaded: 05/10/2011
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